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Ma. Eorro:-Please announce Ion. P. S.
BROOKS as a Candidate for re-election to repre
sent the Fourth Cmgressional District, consisting of
Edgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry and Lex
ington, in the next Congress. which election will
be held in October next, and thereby greatly ob
lige MANY FRIENDS.
7 Tle Friends of Col. A. C. GARLINGTON
respectfully announce him as a Candidate to repre
sent the 4Ith Congressional District, at the election
in October next.
A REGULA R Communication ol
No. 501, A. F M., will be lield in
their Hall on Saturday evening, 15th
inst.. at 7 ao'lock.
Dy'order of the W. Ml.
A. G. TEAGUE, Se&'y.
April 13 It 13
Corcordia Lodge, No. 50, A, F. Igo
Ef)GEFIELD C. If., ArnL 4, 1854.
1 ATING been requested by the Directors of
the Odd Fellows' and Na-onie Building As
sociation to Lav the Corner - Stone (or their New
Hall, omn the fst., there will be a Procession and
Oration delivered oan the occasion by Worblhilpful
Brother ALDnCIT G. IacKr.V.
lirethren in good staneling are Fraternally invited
A. G. TEAGUE, SEc'av.
April 5 3t 12
Bezaleel Chapter R A. M.
A N EXTR A Convocation of BEZALEEL
.XCIIA l'TER of R. A. M.. will be lield on
:Saturday afterumon. 15th in't.. at 4 o'cock. A full
attenmdauLee of all the lembers is requested as busi
6een of import.nee will he brought before the
hqlamr. Compmnions will take due notice and
gsaveru themselves acmroigly.
A. R~A SEY, 3m. E. i. P.
Mar 'It it
F o r S a l e.
TIlE Sueseriber offers for sa.le his
- ROUSE and LOT in this Village.
- The louse is large and comimodious.
:1and the Lot contains Sixty nerts onle
Milf of whieb is W iodland.
a new and homdasome Carratge, with Ilar
ness. l.. 11. WiAe.LAW.
Edgelieldi C. H.. April 13 3t 13
AGNEW, FISHER & AGNEW,
NEWBERRY C. E, S. C.,
1MPORITERS & 1)EA LERS IN
HARDWARE, P A I N T B, OILS,
Grcceries, Dry Goods, ko.,
Anl Buyers of Cotton and country produce.
Cf Planters visiting this Market will find it
greatly t.- their advantage by aiving its a call.
AGNEW, FISHER & AGNEW.
Newberry C. I., April 13, tf 13
07 The A bbeville Banner will 'pleas,! copy four
Spring and Summer Clothing!
TI I E 'nidersigned have now on
I ml. and are still receiving largo
supe of Spin and Summer
Of the latest styles, and' oft various qualities, so that
every tiate miay be sait'ed.
A lmndmsme lot of SillRTS, D)R.\WERS, CRA
VATS, li.\Nl)K ERCIlIl EFS. GL.OVES, &c.
An extensive variety of YOUTll'S andm CIIlL
JIRtEN'S CLOTHING. All of which will be fur
ntished at fair priers.
CILAYTON & BJGNON.
Augustas. Aopril II 3m 13
Savannah River Rail Road,
7311 i Stockhoidjsersaof the Savanniah Valley Rii
.3 Roadt Cm:mamy, are reqjuested to meiet at
JiAMRUHBG. ont T1'IURISIAY the uih April
inst., to. r, eeive the Re~port onf te Chiief Eng neer,
pareliminary tom thle location omf the Roatd.
The commplathsan of tile surveys ias not only dis
pelled all dmubnt ta t me enitire priactic.abihitity mmf
th--~ ronte, but fir faceil:ty omf construtction, easy grade.
.andl perfe'ct security froit mmils and fresets it
is unlsurlpassed by n'any line ini the State. The Romad
will be 12 umiles in letip Ih, crmss~ing but thtree streamts.
with less thsas 5ill fort sof bridging andss trestlting in
all andl wi- coest le-ss thant the average price per
msie oaf other roas in the State.
W h,-n e'ianplete.l. -whos can doubmt the ijnvestment
becing prositable. It will pass5 thtr' the tamst beauti
ful fairmning' lsrtiont of the State, anda intersecting
with ths- I luc IRi-Iee Rail Rosad at A tiderson C. II..
miu-,t scure as mnuch h~u-iness as a tirst class roadl
can possibiv dom. Anad if cmonstrutcted free frmom devbt
and ineumotbranice will payv dividemnds froms the. ttme
it is pult in operatiaon. Let every swnter omf the soil
conitigumous to thme lin,. of t he roal, andl aill interested
in the develaopemtent of thme richm reseurces mf our
.&tte come fmrwrd at once and lende their aid anmd
istfiuenmce to the eairly construction of this important
wel.e Pre-ident and Offiers of the Road are ready
to evinice their conhIientce in the Enterprise, as a
snafe ands profitahle investment, by tan increase of
Stock, if others will dma likewise.
A full attendanirce omf St'm.-kholders, either in per
SOil (or hy proixv, is earnestly requested,. as questioens
.jmf vita!'importance to the Companyt~t, ill be paresen~
ted to the Convention.
11. IIUTC IIlNSON. President.
April 13 It 13
9-rn R E(;.\ENTr. S. C. M. )
ORDER NO. -
j 'lIE UPPER llU ATAlON. 9th Riegimetnt,
8 . C. .., are hereby comanttded tom he antd
.apmpear tat Snmtxmteno. "it Saturday tith .\lty, arimd
.and~ equippaed accorud.ng to law, for Drill atid Ret
The LOWER BATTfALION tire hereby conm
xnandmed to lie and ap~pear lit R ao 11: .L., ont Satutr
ayi thea 13th .\lav, arnmed atnd eqjuipped amcrding
to law, fosr lDrl~l andl Review.
The Commtissioned ttad non-tCommissiionemd Offi
crs wi l assetmtble the daty pr-.vious for Drill anid
l.ieut. Col1. TsItM.xN and Maj. COnt.EY are
.charged with thte extensimn of thtis Urder to their
The Stalf are patrticularly requested to appear in
full uniform. By order of .l. F. STRUM,
Col. 1th Reg't.
B ENJ. Ror.i, Adj nt. .
A pril 13 . t 13
1rm R EGI.\IENIT, S. C. 1.,
SLF.erY CREaa., A pril ;ith. 1854.
T 31IE LOWER PIATTA LION, 10tht Re~gment
.18. C. I., will tissemibe ait M-r. Wi st. , Ott
Thursdayt time 27th inmt.. airmted and equipped as
the law directs, fair Drill ttttd Review.
Thle l'PPER BATTA LION will assemble at
. R. M. Scuatv's, ott Staturday thte 29th inst., armued
anti equoipped as thte law dlirects lir Drill and Review.
The Commtisoee anda non-tCinmtnissimoned Ofli
eers will attenid the daty previous for Drill atnd in
-.btructioni. By order of
WV. .\I. IJE AN, Col. 10th Reg't.
Rt. TI. Miarxstn, A djutantt. 1
A p~ril 13, t1
M u s i c a 1 N ot i e em
"M3naiet hath charms to soothe~ a savage,
To split a rock and cook a cabbage."
r IflIE MI EM BERS of the Palausetto Brauss
1.Band be:: leave to itnfartm thte public that
their Bamit is now in suceaessful operation, anid re
spectfully solicit a shaire of public pattrotnage.
All Ctmmnuniestionms addressed to R. Tutasat,
Phmonix P. O., 8. C.. will receive proampt aittenttiont.
P. S.--WM. I. GAINas respectfully otfers his ser
vices to the~ ptublic as a Teacher of Brass Bands.
Addlress htimt at New Market P. 0., Abbeville Dis
trict, S. C.
Ajpril 12 3m 13
T WO STOUT NE O M~l0 1EN, for whiich S12
p'er month will be civetn. payabile every two
mnnsn sJOHN A. ADDISON,
Aprila 13 3t 13
New and Elegant Dry Goods
AT GREAT BARGAINS!
W ILLIAM H. CRANE, Augusta, qa.,
having just received a LARGE and C01
PLETE Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Suitable for the poresent Seasion, is now prepared to
otler very great inadvacenemats tos
who wish to purchase. llaving purchased his Goosds
very late, when they were mueA cheaper than early
il the Season, and having beet very particular ii
eleting his Stock, lie is sati-sied tinit bolt his
STY LES and PRICES cannot fail to plelase.
lie is willing to sell his Goods at
VERY SMALL PROFITS,
And he is determined that no other I louse in the
City shall undersell him in any article.
flis assortment fo DRESS GOODS is particular
Ily large and varied. eosisting of the CIIOR('EST
and MOST FAsillONA lLE ItVles and fabrics.
Staple Goods, of which lhe has a great
many, will be sold .XCEDINGLv Low. And
AUG USTA SH IRTINGS and- Geo. STRIPES
will be mold at Factory prices.
He respectfully invites all who visit the City to
give limn i call and test the truth of the above.
Goods will be shown itt all times willingly and
freely, whether they are bought or not.
0- llis Store is on South vidle of liroai Sueet,
a few doors below the United States Hotel.
A ugusta, A pril 11 3t 13
Spring Goods---New Styles!
J OHN P. SETZE, AUGUSTA, GA., has
just opttn.l a large nad elegaut Stoek of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Received direct fresni thu importers in New York.
to which lie resecfully solicits attention.
Ladies' Dres Goods.
Rich Organdi- .\I'SINS:
Rich Printed .1.\CON ETS;
Rich Figured BA REGES;
Plain CRAPE DE PARIS;
Rich Plaid lid1ia 81 l.KS :
Prinitel an.1 Plaid TISSU ES:
Plaiid ind Printed Mourning and 2d Mlourning
IM It EG ES.
Ai.o-GLI)Vt:ES: Silk and Cotton IHOSIERY;
inee and Twisted Silk AIlTES, &c-., &c.
A pril 12 2i 13
1 H E Subscriber hus just receivetd a large lest If
Rich.i and low priced EIIBROIDERIES, cou
Lace, Book and Swiss Iluslin COLLARS:.
--. .- 6 " Cliceettes;
it 4 ". "6 ITUdereleeve
Mourning and Second Meourning COL L A RS;
66 ~ 6 .6 Sl..EVES;
Eibrsideredh White Cripe SIIAWIS:
Muslin Sleeves and Chemizettes, in setta. &c.
JOHN P. SETZE.
Augusta, April 13 2m 13
FOR GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S WEAR.
LARGE :ttnd well assorted stock of the
A abve GOODS, just received by
.JOHIN P1. SETZE.
Augusta, April 13 2ume 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
vs For. Attachment.
Chiarhes l'. Ilarris.
James S. llarrison,
I3 Y Virtue of n Order of the Court of Com-.
mtn P'leis in thtis ense. I shall proce.ed to
sel Iotn the lirst Mtosna in May next, at Edge
field Court llesnse, lte folowii'g pirtoperty of the
Defendant Charles TI. Harris, levied sin under
the attnehmnent in the above statedl .ense, viz:
One Cheuical apfaratnit for Asscaying, three
Mules, oneit Sorrel H-orse. onec Buigly and Huir
nestss, one Jng Qsiicksilver, one Retrt. one pair
Brass Scales andh Weigthits, one half bushel
Alrasr, tine old lin ud Biridlhe and horse ColIlar.
"sne Stsone (.rnsh~ing Miill, t wt Spaides, six Shtv
tls, foutr P ecks, twos Drills, tone Spindle And
Sposon, two Crow Bars, one sledg'e llammtier,
one Axe, t wo WVeedinsg Iles, twss Large Rispes,
two Buckets, one Bail nnd Bucket Irons, sne
Dressed Deer Skits, one Steivte. one spisier, Oven
and F'rying. Pnni, one Lsot of Fuse, anid aubnut 600
feet of~ Lamber.
LEWIS .10NES, S. E. D.
April 12 3t 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
es. Domestic Attachment.
Etlward M1. Mlobley.
Jolhn A. Lott,
B Y Virtue of an Order of the Court of Corn.
motn Ples, in the above stated case, I
siall perosceed to sell osn the tirst Monday in May
net tEgtield Ctourt H-ouse. otne tine Buggy,
aneeasthe prtoperty of the Detendant E.
LEWIS JONES, s. F.. D.
April 12 St. 12
State of South Carolina,
IN COM1fMON PLE AS.
es. Foreign Attachment
Charles T. IHarris.
C. A. Raymiond,
es. Foreign Attachment
SChtarkes T. IHarris. 3
T118 P~1laintill's in the above cases having this
day tiled their D~ecarattions in miy Office, anti
te D)efendanit hsavinsg m-iihier wife nor Attorney
known to residle within the limits of this State, on
whomss copies of saidl leelatration with rules to plead
en be served : On motion of Mir. A ontS, Plaintiff's
Attorney, Ordered. That said IDefetndanit alpear
and plead to said IDeclaratitons within a year ansd a
day frsom the slate hereof, or final and absolute judg
ment will be giveni against hins.
TIIOS. G. A CON, c. c. a. n.
Clerk's Office, A pril 8, 1854. ly 13
COLUMBIA, Mar 25, 1854.
V AIER.S iniformation has reached this de
SrmEt that on the night of the 4th of
Mar -hi. 1854, a nmurder was committed in Orange
burg Distriet, uiponi the body of a slave named Char
ity, by Robert C. Rlottenberry, the towner of said
slave, and whereas the said Rebert C. Rottenberry
is a refugee front justice :
Nowr, to, the initent that said ROBER R C. ROT
TENBEERRY may be nprehiended and brosught to
trial aind consdign punishment, I hereby soffer a re
ward of Twoi Itinndredl and Fifty D~ollars for hisde
livery into any of the jails of this State.
Said Rotte.nberry is 48 or 50~ years osf age, about
5 feet 10 inches in height, blind its the left eye. light
brown hair, ininting to curl, smiall mtouthi, some
what awry or contracted, person stout, rosund
shouldered and bow legged, defective teeth, server
al being out, and has a rocking wiilk.
Given under my hand and the seal of the State,
at Columbia, this 25th of March., A. D. 1854.
.10HIN L. M ANNING.
Bess. F. PzRRny, Secretary of State.
A pril 5, 3t 12
JUS reeivd,000 Lbs. GOOD COUNTRY
FLUin Sacks, and for stile by
0 . L. PENdi, AaCs-r.
Apl n4. A fo 12
- Newt Beautiful and Cheap!
TIE SUBSCRIBER is now receivii
a LARGE and SPLlEN1JI)D STOCK of
IDE909RABLE DMY @OOD,)s
Suitable for the Spring und Su-nmer Trade. N
I pains hais been sp;mred in tihe selection of this Stoe
Ito ipleiae the taste of ALL.
Thankful fir post patronage. I assure my friend
that every elohrtwill be made to merit a continit
auee of their ffivor. Of the Ladies, line and all,
would particularly request sn examination befor
purchasing elsewhere. A mong this Stock imay h
tiund a Complete asoritent uf Dress Good!
Cord MUSLINS, of tire latest and most fa.sh
ionable Styles. IU ets. tim $1.
i3M , EOES of every cvolor anil quality
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SI LK, very rich:
Lace Striped OI1GAN D S: E if untequaled stylen;
Rich C0ored SILKS. very ebenp:
Figured and Plain SI LKS. of all qualities;
Nainsook and Mull MUSLINS:
White fig'd Carleton do a new article;
. and Col'd do do
Stripe.d Swiss (do very pretty;
Dotted " do1"0
GINGilA MS. new Patterns,
Best Stoek of PRINTS ever offered in the Markel
*10~tTRNlNG f(OO)S of every description:
Vh:te and Cold Grenadine .MANTI LLAS, te'
style for Summer;
'White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable 16
Spring and Sumimer :
Lice and SMuslin UNDERSLEEVES from 6
ets. t, $3,m);
Muslin and Lnce COLLARS. latest fashion';:
"0 CIMIti-SETTS, new style at
beautiful :, -
Large and conplete assortment of .ackonet ani
SwivssE (ging1and iniertin:
Real Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings:
Blond Steam Threal and Lisle Laces & Edgingi
White Grass Cloth fur Skirts, new article:
GLOVFS and HOSIERY, great variety-suitn
ble for all ages:
Lauie', hlisses and ChilIren's SHOES, &c.
For Gentlemen'% Wear.
Te also trusts that lie ha.: not been uminind ful
the wants Eof the Sterner Sex. In this line his Sloel
Planter's LINEN )RILLS of every quality:
Cittonaile and Yiirk Mlixtures. from 12 to ,5 et
W rapt Ette.Cashmiarett nilaeriniiassimer
Brown and Gras l.inens for Coit. all qualities
I ITnion Linens and other goods fur Children'
White. Coil'i. plain aid buff Marsails Vestings,
Corld Silk Cravats, a light and beautiful artiel
Col'd Muslin Cravats, variouw4 qinlities ;
Black and ColoredI Stocks anl Ties.
I very respectfully invite all tlmse wishing DRl
GOODS to give-mei a ell. beimg determined to h
UNDEKRS0L) by NO ONE in a fair and ionorn
Mf. A. R ANSOM, AGEST F01
R. M. FULLER.
Hamburg, April 3 tf 12
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
I Rev. C. A. RAYMIVOID, Principa
75 PrnPrms HAvE Tr.Ninn rV. e IG'Ti OF.IAN'T.
I Il SII 8 IMERll SenP.ioni will commenece m;
Moanday. April 24th.
The .\eadeinial building conistinag it'f eigli
"aadilili s i i oms is finely Itn i-hed with evi
thing neessary it, secre the mosist rapil mlvnce
en! aof the Pupils. in this respect we d imt thin|
greater ndvanitnes e:mi be ninyiwhere enjiiyed. Thi
prescribied coutrse of Stidies is soi arrangeil, that
thme Puils remiinflI linC enought~ at the hutituttiiin t
pursue it reg~ularly, they enn hiialyv fail aif aequirin
a liberal ad limshed eduention: atnd in the Extr
Cutrse' a thoiroiugh knowledge oif the linec arts.
Puptils enin atnter at any time, and if near t
middle mir cloise of thme Sessi..n, tire chargmed bu
fromi the limit- of enteninee. All such deductionr
however ilate from thi.ecliose of th,-' sciunid wee.k a
that Sessiion. Loiss of timte frm s:ekniess if mif mor~i
than twm weeks is ialso Edducted.
Them. Rate; oif Tuition tare conmfirmed to those
other inustitutiiins iif the m:nne grtide. Paynmnts ar
tim lbe miade nat the close of each Sessioni. The foi
liwing list includes all
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks
Collecintce liprtmtenlt..............45 00
Aendemie dii..............-2 0
Pirimarly do .. . .$7 00U aind $5 00
Pmupils using the Phiiilihiien A pr);atus, tar
carged Extra $2,t0t per 'essimit. A jl'all. Pnipil
are chaarged 50t ets eacli. a 54'ssionm fur conitingeneie
e............................S f 0O
il Piimting.....................1) 00
Ther'e is lao chaarge, for use' of Piianom. Pupils prne~
tiinag tit the Imustitte tare hiowevecr chiargid $1, etel
Sessiont tom pty for keeping the Pinnios ini tune.
Boardl, with washing, lights aand fuel $10 pe.
Thbet'e are no othear extrat chiarges, except fo
Bouks aiid Mlusic s'dd.
it. TI. ?ahlMS,
S. F. G001l)E,
E. PENN, . Trustees
0. A. A IIDISON, |
A. SLIKINS. )
A pril 5 tf 12
Valuable Property for Sale,
T.HlE U:NDERSIGNED) will secll, on the lit
Iday of A pril next, anid days foillowinag, tat tha
residenace of Capit. Geu. Neal, withaini the twoi.miile:
of the'..i'n of Newherry timd within hialf a mnile o.
the R~ailrmoad, the fiollowiing vaintle prmopearty, viz:
About 800 Acres of Land
divided as follows: The huse piace. coniitainin,
about 550 acres, auf which there is 100 acres
woodt batud, all well amlupted tmi ie culture of Cmttoi
and G rain. Upon thme preimises is ta large tandm com.
mudious Dwelling, a neaw Gi hlouse ad 8erew
witha anecessary oauthui ldings, all itn good repair
about 25 acres :adjiiininag Ilelen, adivided into hiti
suited toi buildinig timd grazinag : aniithecr pilae ceast
te Laturenas Ruailroamd. cnutitamtng about 240 tneres;
divided lmtE) six lots, four of ahich lati conitain alsia
30) acres each in wooads, withain twoi imiles aof New.
herry, and upon a good riiad. Plats of the abov
lands mnay tue seem tit die Coimmnissionter's ollic.
Also, at the stame time and place,
27 Likely Negroes,
amongst whionm tire thiree god Cooks, Washer,
roners, Wagoinersa and able boduiaed fiehld hiandia; iil
so a barge ntumber of lmrse's, Mlules, Ctattle, 110:3
Sheep, a quantity aif Corn, Foirbler and Bacon, PIlan
tationm Tuols, I Iouseihld amnd Kitchen F~urniture, &e
TE.mas or SA..-The Personaal Praoperty will b<
sold aon tacredit unatil the 1st of .lanuary, 1855: tIm
Real Estate toi be paytatile in two eqluai instimhnients
the first ins;talment payabile the first of JTanuar~
1855. and the secimnd payazbhc on the lirst of .Jannua.
ry, 1856. All satins titteer $20, aeasi : all sumius ai
anid above 820, mote and appjraovead sureties, all bear,
ing interest fra'm date.
J A MES Mt. CROSSON, )
J1. J[. SUGLI~ , jAssignees.
J. IT. Wnt.1AMs,
.l. . aren, A gents.
A pril 5 2t 12
2xn. REGIMENT CAVALRY.?
Ll.,eBERTY IiH.. Mlar. 31, 1854.5
ORDER NO. -
r 1I1E Eulefaild Squntdron of Cavalry wihl appens
. at Edge.fie'ld C. 11., or, Saturday time 29lth ii
A prtil next, taramed tandi eaquipped tas the law directs
fr Drill and Review.
The Commiaissiiiaed anal nn-Cmmniined Offi.
ers will :asse.mblle the day previouts for Drill and In
structiun. By order of J. F. TA LIIERT,
Col. 2nd Regiment Cavalry.
A pril 5 St 12
No t i c em
TIlIE Partanershiip fo~rmned betwveen JTAS. A. Wit.
LlAtas nntd Sitaox CratasriC, imzving~ beeni dis
solved by mnutual conasent, tha liq1uidmiin and set! u
ment oif the business of the Firim will be contductea
exclusively by S. Catsrs.
.JAS. A. WILLIAES
A pril 4 tf 12
A TBEA UTIFU L assairtmnent of F LO WETI
V'ASES, of different styles oif Bohemtian and
Chmina Ware,--faney, gilt anid floweyred.
Also, fine Jewel Sttands, Cologne Bottles,
Card Trays;, Fruit Baskets, Bird Glasses, &c.
Also, a great vtariety ouf Gilt Chinia Ornimnent:
and Toys,-Fur sale low by J. A. G U RLEY.
I ....l 1 e r 120
Rich and Beautifhl Goods
AT THE NEW AND ELEGANT DRY ,aOOS STORE OF
WARD & BIURCRARD,
POrrosITE MABoNIC HALL , AUGUITA, Geon'a.
W ire now receivin. our SPRING AND
S UM MER supplieso ofGAN
Richi ;%nd Eleganlt Dry Goods,
- Selected with much care in all the Northern Mar
I kets. and we take great pleasure in inviting the at
e tention of all in want of FA MLY SUPPLIES,
e feelint assured that we can offer the bes- bargains
to be found in A unusta.
in ele.'nntspring SILKS, Rich Wedding SLKS.
Organdies. Tissues, Bareges, French .iaconets,
Lawns, Ulaek, lirende Silks.
Also, one of the largest'Stocks of igit Lustred
Black ITA LIAN SILKS,-the most elegant Goods
ever offiered in Augu-ta.
New and beautiful Parisian PLAlDS,.in Silk and
other Fabrics, with rich combination of Cokors, in
eluding the gay, the grave, the rich, the elegant
EM.\1101OERTS of every description,-and in
fiet every other kind of Dry Goods iutable for
Ladiica al Children's wardrobes.
SHlAWLS OF EVERY KIND.-In this De
partment wi!l be found sone or the most elegant
Embroidered Crape SHAWLS, ever exhibited
South of the'Potomnac.
MOURNING GOODS in great variety.
r A merican, English and French CA LICOS and
IOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As
Irish Linen, Linen Sheetings, Pillow Case Liuen
and Cotton, Table Dainmwk, Napkins, Towallings,
Augutta SHIEETINGS and SIIJRTINGS, Cot
ton OSN A 11 Ur RGS and Georgia STR IPES at the
,9-- Our Goois will be offered at I small ad
vance tpion the original cost, for CASi. wholesale
and retail. Thev will be slovnt freely, represent
ed fairly, and sulnmitted to tle unbiassed judgement
of the purchaser.
M- Orders accompanied with the money will
have our prompt attention, and the exercise of our
be a WARD & BURCHARD.
A tmusta, March 27 tf I I
NEW SPRING GOODS,
WV ILLIA - SHIEAR, Atneusta, Georgia,
has recived from New York,
I Fancy Small Plaid and Striped SILKS, to he ctut in
any quatity. far adiuie antd Misses I)resses :
Plaid Futney SI LKS, of elegant styles, to be cut in
L any quantity
Rich Ilonitoni and Maltese LACES:
Wle ilomton &Maltese Lace COIlLAlaS, CTEMI
ISETTES and UNDERSLEEVES, of -the
latest importatiot :
Fancy Neck, and Sash RIBBONS, of rich and ele
Ladies' Fr'eh Worked Muslin UNDERSLEEVES,
trimmed with Vallenciennes Laces:.
Faney liarege I)'LAINES, of new Spring desiens;
Plain Black Lawns and .\lourning Bare:.te d'laines
English PRINTS, of new and beautiful styles.
March 29. f 11
New Spring Goods-Additional
W.yILLIAM SHEAR,. Agusta, Ga., has
received this day from New York
Fancy Plaid SILKS, for ULies' and Misses' Spring
S D presses. at very low prices.;
French Printed Jaconet and Organdlie MUSLINS,
t of new and beauitiful styles:
v Prited BA R En ESand Silk TISSUES for Ladies'
- Sumnier lDresses'
k Piain BIAREFS of the most desirable colors:
e Phain White & Bhnck BAREGES of eattra qualiity:
if Plain atnd Figured lilack Silk GRENAJDINES, for
i landies' I )resses
C Fancy hIBBONS, of new and elegant styics ;
a Real Valenciennies LACI~S, of extra width and
a Ladies' lack Lace Applique MANTILLAS, of the
t ltest Paris styl-s;
" Ladis' Frenchb Lawn and Plain Seollop IIAND
e adies' Wide I hemstitched -Ltien Cambric nd
Frectth Lawn I1AND)KElt'FS, for mo~nrsing;
~French Lamwn and 'Liten CAMBRIL,- of -extra
e qutal.ty : - v
-Ladies' Monting. Fancy Spanish. Sandal Wood.&
Bridal FANS, of rich atnd splendidl styles;
,Fatney GINGI IAMS atnd Englisl( PRINTS, of
With a variety of other Go ls suitable for the pres
enti seasusn, and to nil of Which they respiectfull
invite the attention of tlio public.
March 29t. tf 11
COLUMBIA ,March 2Sth, 1954.
U TIlERiEAS itnfortmatiotn has reached this lDe
i partmient that about the thiteenth of linireb,
18S54, Sarah Middlleton, of Bnrtnwell D istriet, ente
to tier death bsy injuries iniflicted. upon hter by Miles
M. .Inekson, her reputed fathier, anid whereas the
said Miles M. .lnekson has t6ed from justicte:
Now, to the end that the said MIL ES MI.-. A CK
SON may be brought to trial ad condit.n punish
ment, I herebv hO'er a reward of Two Ilundredi and
Fifty iJr.llars for his appirehension and delivery into
anv of the jaiils of this state.
i nnid .lneksoni is 48 or .50 years of age, stoiut amnd
sq1;mre built, about 5 feet 10i inches high, asallow
cuumpleximon, black greyish hair, inclitied to curl, and
has dark eyes.
Given under my hand and the senl of the State,
at Columbia, this 2Sith March, A. 1). 1854.
.JOHN L. M ANNING.
Jlas. Pg aay, Secrctiry of State.
A pril 5, 3t .12
List of Letters
pEMAINGING in the Post 01lice at Edge
tfield C. Hi., 31st March 1854.
Adams, M r. S. L. King, C. W.
Ahney, WVilliamn Lanham, M rs. S.
Adrich, Rev. Muday, Miss F. L~. 2
Boddy, David 2 Matys, Miss Susan E.
Btler, Seth Mars,. Stephen
Bartlev, N. L. Me'Daniel, S..
Belton, Hamilton Napper, Miss F. 2
Baskett, Cot. J. 2 Napper, John
Brownm, George P. Odoni, Miss Eliz. 2
. Cart ledge, Mr. -Owens, Mrs. E.
SCooke, WVilliam Pit ts, Dr. James
Covar, Miss Bell Piasley, Dr. H. W.
- Caswell, P. J. Purifoy, Rev. T. D.
Crin, Wilev Powers, Nicholas
Cochran, J. N.. Palmer, WV. S.
Cortrighit,Isanec B. Pollard, Dr..Jatmes 2
Christy, WV. H. 4 Rochell, J. W.
Carorn. Jatmes Roper, Goodwin
Cach, Mrs. Sarah Roper, Miss Sarah
Cart ledge, M. N. Rouintree, D).
Den, Capt. T. Shtarpton. Alex.
Denny. D. Samuel, B.
Fort, Col. Win. Styron, Mrs. Mary
Foshee, Janmes A. ' Stitton, Samuel
Glover, David M. Simlkins, Caipt. J. C.
Galpin, George Tresotnt hick, M irs A. 2
Gardner, Satmuel Tompkins, RI. F.
Garret. Th'lomats Trapip, Rev. Mr.
Groner, N. WV. Titllman, John M.
Hodges, F. H. 3 Tilman, Miss F. M.
Howard. A. T. 2 Tisick, Davis
lett. WVm. M. Thomais, Mrs. HI.
Hill. Joel P. Tompkins, S. P.
H anmonitd, Samuel WValker, Eliza A. 2
Hodges, A. P. Wright, D. T.
Harrison, Rubt. Weaver, Jatmes
Hall, Wash. Walker, Alex. 3
Hughes, R. B. Ward, W. H.
Johnson, Benjamiin 2 Whlite, Jamens
Joes, Miss Margaret, Willard, S. ..
Jones, Job Walker, Patience
Iones, D. 1P. 2 Williams, Emily F.
Jones, Mrs. R. M. . Williams, B.*
Jones, Miss M. E. Walker, A. M.
Kennerly, C. C. 2 Walker, W. G. 2
Kemp, Mrs. B. Walker. Darling
W. W. WHITE, P. M.
A pril 5 St 12
Go 00PLASTERING LAThS, four
20, and fouiratid a half feet long, for
sitsal low. A pply at Plank Rload Mill, I0 umiles above
Himburg, or to H1. A. &ENRICK.
I h..mb..u. Api . 31 i f 12o
EG to inform the public, that they have jus
returned from the Northern mat kets, with I
full and complete stoek of
SPRING DRY GOODS.
Having all the ineilities in the purchasing of theil
stock that a cash enpital can command. we be,
leave to assure the public, that we will always keel
on hand the very best order of Goods that enn i
obtained. nnd sell them on na4 fair terms as the liki
quantity can be purchased either, in this market o
A mong our stock will be found the fldlowin,
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks:
Sewing Silks and Tissues
]saregcs nnd linrege De fanes;
French Muslins and Lawns;
White Silks, of all tylesi ; -
Black Brocade and Watered Silks;
Plain Black Silks, all widtdis
White Embroidered Muslins;
Colored Dotted Muslins;
Plaid and Striped do.;
Swiss nnd Tneoet do.;
Book and Mull do.:
White and Colored Tarlton Muslins
Crimled Evening Dresses, new styles;
Mantillas and Senrfs, entirely new;
Crape Shawls, very cbeAp:
White Barege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
French, A merican. and English Prints
Ginghams, of all kinds:
Linen Lustres and Cliribryg;
Cheap Long Clothes and I loitespuns
Irish I~inensj.down impxortatiin:-)
Plain Linm and Linen Drill, for Gent's wear
Linen Shevti ig, .Xecelingly ebeap;
All kils of Ctto, Sieeting;
Pillow Vase Linlen:
41) inch Pillow ease Cotton:
liosicry of every description, very eea:
Embroideries of every deseription ; some ver;
Sewing Silks, Alitts and Gloves;
Kid and Silk Gloves:
laiw Silk anl Lisle blives
Linen Cambrie J lanikereliefs. all kinds ;
Swiss and .leanet linnd-. very rich:
Cambric, Swiss and Jaeonet Trimmings an
libbon Trimmings. new styles:
Rich iBonnet and Neck Riilbons
Lisle, Thrend. nnd4 Linen Iaces
A nd a great variety of other articles too nalme
rous to ientiontt, to which we respectfully itvite alt
March 29, tif 11
THE CHEAPEST MONTHLY IN THE SOUTH!
DEvorao -O Pnyioi.oOr, livmt.N:. Ns'-rlnitA. 1138
Tony. LITKHnArUnE, AND 'RcArTcAL MsmnfcNKc.
Published at Abbeville C. 11., S. C., at $
per ann..u . a Ii dance.
g No filmily should be without it!
JOllN DAVIS, M. D..
Editor al Proprietwr.
Abbeville. Mar 25 3m11 11
A Bargain to be had!
T il E" Undersigned having determined to remoi
. to Columbia, ot.ers for sile his RESIl)ENCl
in the Vilige of Ederfield. The house is ome n
the most beautiful mid convenieutly arrangud ler
haps in the up-country. built neeording 1i to oderi
Architecture. The entire iterior is of thres-con
istering, hard inishl. In front is a fawn fi tu
acres. itnterspersed with Shrubbery and Itaises of ti
miist beautilnl and rarest kinid, with ahout 1100 htun
dredlneres of hnek grhoutnds. of whieb ntlamt il
seventy neres are in woodllanda, all ii' which is en
coseal, and in the highest state of imptlrovemtith
The Te'rmts will be neommiodating, and jioses
sions givena inmiettdintely. W.A ARR .
P..S.-On the premtises there is a superior Wel
of tnter, .md wvalled witlh flit.
Mar.8 . t f 8
11 The Carolinian ill: phaste esp th"ireei timei
aid forwnird 'n'ecamunt to - W A. II
'House and Sign Painting !
T11 H . Su~b'arihbers htavinig fiarnied thtemselves tnt
-La Copartnecrship, respect fully inform thme citi
zenpe of Ealgelield lDistrict, that they nre m11W lire
pared to do all business enutrusted to themt in thm
Palmnting. Gilding, jMarbing, &c.
In all its var~iium, lranches, and uponi the timst res
sina ble termas.
02 All litters adldressed to themi at Edgeflel
Thtay maya he. fauind ini the Painttinig Roonm of Mtr
Referecnce.-.\hr. .joni Lani and Mr. JTom
WVrr. C. IL[ LUC AS,
A. A. PAUL.
March 8 tf 8
"VA R IE TY S TOR E,"
155 Broad Street, Auguitni, Gee,
J .G RLKY, Dletlr in
A .GUseepr lardware, Tableh Cutlery,
SpaSii, Crockery, Tin, Wood antd Wilhow Ware
Paicket andl Pen Kntives, fRnzirs and Scissors,
Fine Perinmtery anal Brus-hes.
Purt Monuias. Purses, Pints and Needles,
Fishing Tackle, Toys aof all kinds.
Gloves, Hosiery. Suspeniders anid Fancy Glooal
Mr All Goods are watrrantedl to be what they
are represented, ande will be sold as low as can b
purhased in the City.
The patronage of the public is most respectfully
solictedl. Sign " VaarJ-rY S-roar.."
A uautsta, Mar 22 if 10
"HRo, Ye Fihre.
1 UST Received direct from the Manufacturer
cF FISHING T ACK LE of all kinds, conisistinig
Limerick and Kirby Hooks, all siz~es,
Flax, Grass, Cotton andl Silk Lines,
.Taekle Cases furnished complete,
Walking Canec Rods, andl Fishing Seats,
Nets. Floats. Guttat Per ehnt Bait,
Yankee D)oodhe Snatp-l l(Niks, Bai oxes, &c.
" Let those nw. fisht who never fished before,
Attd those who always lishedl, now fish the more.'
The Tackle enna be had at the " V inacrY SToat p."
J. A. GURtLEY.
A ugusta, Mar 22 tr 10
Britanila and Tin Ware, &c,
TUST received biy the Subscriber a fine assort
eC ment of Britaiia Collfee Higgins and Urns.
Tea Pots, Tea Sets complete. Sioup Ladles, .lell
Mulds, Infants' Bathinag Tubs, &c., &e.
Also, Lamps, Spice lioxes, Shaving Etnas-will
boil a pint of wvater in thtree mtinutes, and arc very
useful tao travelers andl housekeepers-Cand lestieks
Nursery Lamnpa, &c. J. A. GURLEY.
Augusta, March 22 if 10)
FINE VIO LINS, Accordeons. Flutinns, Fifes
Flagelets, Banjos, Tamtbourines. Flutes, &c.
Also, Violin Strings, best italinin. just received
anda fair sale by J. A. GURILEY.
Anunrsta, March 22 tf 1t)
Thme Finest Segars & Tobacco
C A N !,e had at the. " VansarTY S'ron."
Also, Sntuff', Snuff Boxes, &e.
J. A. GURLEY.
A ngusta. Mrh 22 tf 10
A LL Persons hnving demands againist the Es.
Late of Geaarge Parrott. hate of Aiken, S. C.
will present them'n properly attested, antd those in
debted will make payment to
W M. S. W A LKER, ) .xr
W M. G. MOO . 5E o
,Charleston. S. C., Mar 15 3t 9
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of M. E
Hllingsworth, dee'd., utp to the time oaf his
deatt, nre requested to make imatnediate paymaent,
and tose having demands against said Estate will
preset them properly attested.
ID.F. 110LLINGSWORTHI, Adm'or.
Mar 29 tf II
FINE CARRIAGE and HORSES for Sale.
.The Carriage is of the finest style and nearly
new. Sohld for no fault-thte owner going away.
Apply at this Office, or to E. N. Seibels, near Mt.
Api 5a: r;t 12
New Goods! New Goods!
T HJE Subscriber would respectfully invite atien
t 1tiopn to' his Stock of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS!
It is ofne of the LARGlEST nnd 1EST that he has
ever had the pleasure of offering for sale. Fur the
r Ladies he hu8s
PL.\ IN, FIG' )and PLA I1) SILKS,
B.\llEGE DE LAINES,
PLAI) JA ]REG ES,
- PRINTED . A CON ETS,
IUSLINS ANI) LAWNS.
FINE WORiEI) COLLARS & liEKFS.
ClIEMISEETS & SLEEVES.
WnIlTE & BLACK LACE MA TILLAS.
Together with the nbove, he has a nne nssortment o
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
h ATS. BOOTS, SHOES, d-c.
All of which will be sold at moderate prices.
W? A liberal discount always allowed for Cash.
LB. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. II., Mareb 15, if 9
IMIALE AND FEMALE.
REV. W. H. C1lRISTY, P'aiNcirAL.
MA. PICKENS BUTLER, 3Mns. CHRISTIE and
Miss SARAH GETZEN, ABSISTANTS.
PaoF. F. SOFGE, 1NSTRUCTOR IN 3ltstC.
T H ESE Institutions are now in successful opera.
tion. The exereises opened oi the Ist Feb
ruary with the most flattering prospects. Over one
hulolred Pupils are now in attendance. and several
others are expected tip enter the present month.
Parents and guardians desirous aif educatitig tlter
children i-r wards. would 1o well to consider the
advantages Allrded by these Institutions. In their
locatioin particular refe'rence was hndl to health, and
F in this respect the situation is surpas.d by none in
The Aealenies eonmprise two large and commo
diious Zlildinius. furnished with special reference ti
the persoinal comfort and intellvetual advanemiet
(,f the Pupils.
Witlh sit experiencel andl highly recnommtended v
i corps -)f Tecahiers, with facihties for instructiotn
they hav, spared neither pains oir expns.- inl pro
viding, the Trust..es feel themselves warranted ir
assuring t thorug utl nd finislhel enenatin.
Expenmses pr Session of Fire .Montit
Primary .Uepvartment. First Class........... O
................... I A0
Third " .................... 15 01
With A nci vnt Languages anl ligher Alnt1e
aties .............................. Is 0(
Extra Er anches.
French, D rawing and Painintz, each. $0 0f
AIusie........................... 20 0t
f- R ia rd may he had at S-I per month.
The Insti: utliois are lhentel lirectly um tie Plani
IRHuad. e.levez, a uileua fromamnIhiiurg.
ROBT. M ElRIWF.T1F-R,
Chair'n Boarl of Trustees.
8ar8 tf .
A Beautiful Residence for Sale
TH E SUIBSCfRI Elt. lesirous t<
remove.sitters his HfA;HLV 1M
~.PROVED RESID ENC.
at ]-.gehiell C. E ., fAir Tala. T lionse is com.
modions. havinig -:.- mIs, biesile n atlie Story
eylllle of leiniigi d v ded i titn .w large uptmanents
f A Iso, for sale, v# r% near ihl- :0ave lace, a sinal
Tract of lAnd, con1 d'ang 16 neres, halfof wlich i
F For Further W rienlnrana tems Anply to
r ~ C. lIR UCE WALKILU.
Alnarei 8 ttf S
MCf'GREGOfl & N1 TII, bjuild toorder Car
Lringes of every il.-s :;'ption. They alse keel
inhnnd a large amda sple. .' id assortment of
New and Secon.-Hand Carriages,
gg All airdera prompil' y attenlded to, and Re
patiring nently a-secuttedl.
Eeiejld~ C. II.. -lan 18 tf 1
M RS. E. M. 'VA R D, wcoulad
inlorni hetr friendas nn '.-ustomiiers, that
he.. thas again leiemaved to. t r ailad hame at thit
!eetority,,mie dooar East ofl - h.- Epaiscoapal Church
whe-re, with many thumks faar p-,st t~ars, .she solicit'
a aaontinuuune aof their paltran us e.
Alarch 29 - -1
Tax Collector's I~tice No. 2
T WILL attend at the. fuillii 'it g uimeas amnd place
I. hiereiniter specified,. to, ya,1eet the Genternul
PaNur and lind afx fur' the y ear eaumene.in I
Octaiber 1 85'l.
A t Edgelielad C. HI. o o r.1Arl
I . hedl hill, atT~sl;x :,
" A. aaorgan''., ijiccl.ig4u'le
";lherakaee Ponds, Tusl~
" Ilauburg~, Fily l
"~ heach Ishand, Stuan.S~i
"' Graniteville, nam.It:l.
" Ridge, tusiy]li.
" jlainwaft~. Saume ca ing* . -1 o'clock.
" IV S. tmyly's, Wednews., y. th.
" ~ai. Wiling, Thursday. 1i.
Norria' St~re, Friday. 1th.
14arr's Rnal.,Saturday-. Wt.
" Colema's N haa andr~y. 7 1i:h.
" llltianges 'Tuesday. .1 i .
"~ Sotwae'sSi. Sanme evenin"i 4 o'clock.
" W. ?a. Smyrry's, Frd.21.
" Sh ilng, aeeei.4olok
" Riehart'os, tray,2d
" Perryle's&Rs, Suu vnn,4oeo
" Clemsan' Lae Slands vnn. 'l'
" ChlCiluary's Steovnig.relok
" liatwanrd's, Wened.26.
"i PAlres, . hrdy 7h
"ibert. All', Fray2t.
4 J. S.el C.Smyleyy,1s My
Wednuesday, 2 h
by an ct reecti ida. 14rth,.. ti -
at th neillbohoo aiimeent. 4 notlc
S.QATEBmeei, C. E.lock
ThursdCat ,'2 ith
1.Soasjus rceiedame'evnir g. sa clock.
I S.A .Taurda, 2d. wsr
Ealefel C.11 am e2enife 4 ' Iok
Extrctsforhe andk rc4he.
LI Dr. A me TevGIEi 4 couekee.
Edgefeld . I Tuesar29 v. 25th
Sale );)1 A me TevGeig 4 Lo'lo .
I~algfiedC.WHednesda29 y. 26th
"cuFreelandrs l by eeeig,4ocok
"lLibrty. 111 FriAyL, Dnth.i
"Edgefeld C. H1. Malnday, 1s ay
A echm hkis, Sugar clutse and Shegpresn
nds. For ale rabnray fbsnes rne
IDnAt re.tin Deahs T irths, &c.w, s er
neUst reueived tat tsepl onewenduilune ouTI
GtULh n Cghohod ECD-o nponmnsale by en
Village. J. JQUAT LE Y I T. C ..D
Aamrg Fe.2 6t 10
L0 AIRElnd Presh suppy 4f timil adsoie
ASEof sivlabewrs, just receivedadfr aeb
Dr. sl A.b G . AG U acRLEY.
Eugefseld MCh 2.2ach2 tf 10
THIS HOTEL is now open for the,
reception of Travellers, and it will be
the aim of the Proprietorto gis i
faction t'6 all who may favor him: withW
their patronage. It is centrically sitated on Brdail
Street. and convenient to the different Rnil Raul
Delots. Passengers by the Georgia Rail Road,
will be furnished with breakfast before they k-awe;
thoese by lie South Carolina Rail Road, with dinner,
and thoseby the day train onthe Waynesborof Road'
The FURNIEURE, BEDDING, &c.. in thip.
Hotel is all new, and it will be the endeavor of the
Proprietfor to render all who may patronize him,.
comfortable during their stay.
A ugusta, Mar 27 3m i
Dr, E11 W, Abney
HJAVING removed into the Village, for- the-.
Lpurpose of deoting himself, more exelnsively.
to his- profession, and occupying the residence first.
beyond the Baptist Church on the right, and ad-t..
joining the Male Academy, (the residence formerly,
occupied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
Raymond.; offers his
To the people of the Village and, the surroundingi
in the day, he can be found in his Office, adjoiit<
ing the Office of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., and in front
(or the present residence of Mr. Geo. A. Addisoni"'
and at niglit, he can be found at his dwelling. :
iHe will give attention at all times most punctuz:)
ally, to all clls upon him, either for advice nidre&'
scriptions, or for personal attendance. . -
M. W. ABKEY. t
Jan11 tf 52 ,
A Plenty for All!
P LENTY of good Bed-room-Plenty of goo.
:Fare-Plenty of fine water-Plenty of everry
thine needed in a Public House, at the PLAN-,
TEIt's liOTEL, just re-opened and under the
B. J. RYAN,
Who promises to do his best -towards giving sati
faetion to all who may call at his House..
IIis Stables are properly provided, and no man'.
horse shall suffer for want of provender or frogi
lack or attention. r
IR-spctlully soliciting a share of public patorn
age, the subscriber signs his name.
B. .J. RYANI
Edgeield, Jan 17, 1854. tf ' '
IrlE Trustees of Bethany Academy take pleas
'T.ure in announcing to the public, that tAhiir
School will he opened for the reception of Students
on the 2nd Monday in January 1854, under the iii
pervisioin of the well known and successful Instrie
tor. 1a. .Il. I ATIt, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the same as those- charged by
the former Rector, Mr. GAmL.-. - .
Board ean be obtained in the most respectable
families on reasonable terms and convenient 16 the
School. WILEY HIARRISON
J. L. TALBERT, -
Da. S.F. STEVENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Dec21 ly 49
STATE 1)F SOUTH CAROLINA)
Coster & Coxe and
Abram Martin, Bill to Marshal Ma*ta.
Jis R. Garrett & others
IN Pursuance of an Order of ChancellorDsrgan
in this cause, all and singular the Creditors of
Stephen Garrett. .lr., dee'd., are hereby required to
lie andie appear before me, in my Office,- at Edgeield1
Court I lousecon Wednesday the 24th day .of May
next, then atd there to make due rproofef. thieir
respiective debts and demands against the said
Stephen Garret,-and such of the said Creditors as
tail to, come in and prove their respective debts on
the day above mnentioined, wilt be excluded fr'om all
benelits of the decree to be pronounced in~this
Coemm'rs. Offiee.-Matr 18, 18540..10t,.40
State of ?iouth Onrolii
E DGEFIELD, DISTRICI'
M. S. Mfartin, Ex'ix. of
Robt. Martini, dee'd. Aen~d
John Marsh, ., Di. Assuls, 4-c.
M. Hankitnson and others. ..'*
IT appearing that the Defendnt Henry Ti'
I taus and his wife Casoline, Laura:Ingra-.
ham and I'ickens B. Mar,'h, reside withott the'
plimni ta or tbis 'State, on taetion. of 3Mr. Car'roll,
Plai ntitF's Solicitor. Ordeird that the said- De
fenc ants detnr. plead or :nswer to the Bill in,
this ens, within three- months from the yubli
cation of this order, or the- said Bill will be ca
tered. ro cnifesso ngainst. tiiem.
Feb._24. 1854. 3m. 71
Ware-House, Whaif; Uwelling:
and Lotre'for Sae.
WILbe. sold to the highest: bidder, upon tho
piremise, in )lamburg, on Saturday,- 22d
April next, that Valuable WARE-HOUS'.E and
WIIA .RF amni LOTS aittnehed, for several years'
I cicupie-1 by Mr. G. WaLX.Rs, and'so.well and fa
vorably known as tnt to need furthen-..description.
The Cormmodi'ius Dwelling, near tile- above :men-'
tieened premises, now occupied by Mv. Buoxusna..
The saile will be positive and withount reserve.
Trama-s-A Credit of Twelve montlswill-be giv
en on nmkable paper, bearing intiest with ap
JT. J1. BLACK WOOD,
Assignees of A dams &Burroughs..
IL-timburg. Marcha 27 4t 14
Toihe Stockholders of the Edgfeli Odel
IFellows' and Masonic Building Associa
Gicrrrx: Our Building is commencee4. and'
fronm tiae energy displayed by the Workment. we
mayi) 50.61 expect to see it above thme surface.
A payment will soon be due the Contractrs.
Yeon will thierefor~e pk-ase pay in to J1. B. SULraMAN,.
Trensurer. your Second Instalment of 10 per eent,.
us early as possible.
Mr. A .R.GSEYa is the nut'morized A gent 'of ian
C ompany. t. receive Instnnntsand, tak~e additional)
St.ek. I -nse take due notice and govern' you
*A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
Feb 22 tf 6
Florida Lands for Sale I
"JuE Subscriber intending to more, ofrers for
sale Jisi Lands, lying in Madison County.
Te Tr.aer entainls 1175 Acres, more or less
500 Acres of which is cleared mud under fence.
There is a Pine Settlement on the Tract, having
a good Dwelling with Seven Rooms, and all' nees'
'ary improvemPenits, such as Stables, Barns Crib,
Gin House and Screw. Negro Houses, &c.
P'ersonms who call soon can get a BARGAIN..
33" Terms madec easy.
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
Feb 15 -' f 5
A LL Persons anywise indebted to the Fltate of '
.lohn Wise, dee'd., nrc hereby requested to
make immedinte settlement, and those having de
mands against said Estate will please render in their
ccounts forthwith, properly attested, according t
law.SJINEY WISE, Exr
B. IL MILLER. Ex
Oct 26 tf
TrOLL.ED before me by W. II. Kimbrel, a
IREL 110ORSE, abant six years old, fui
and a half hands high, with a blaze in his far
appraised at ifty dollars.
C. W. STYLES, M.J iD
Hamburg, .Jan 23 1m4
I OFFER for sale the following Trneds 'ofLni
ITract No I, Containing 500' Aeres-- awo -h
dred neres cleared, and 401 acres of first r
Tract No. 2, Containing 350..Acrei e0a
Bottom and 100 Woodland.'
The Lands of both Tracts'ate'of tie'~qi~
and exceedingly weltimab-red.
Eegen. C- JoM,15 . .5RLE